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Grab Your Spreadsheets, It’s On! Evaluation 2017

Posted by on July 27th, 2017 0 comments

I have learned a lot about evaluation from helping Cindy and Karen coordinate national evaluation efforts. There are some things, though, that are better taught in workshop form. I want some hands-on training, and I hope to find those opportunities at the annual American Evaluation conference Evaluation 2017 this November in Washington, DC. Luckily for… Read More »

Posted in: News, Practical Evaluation

Jul

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Making Friends with the Theory of Change

Posted by on July 21st, 2017 0 comments

If you read articles about evaluation sooner or later you will read that your evaluation plan needs to have a good Theory of Change (for example, it’s part of “evaluability assessment” that I wrote about on July 7, 2017). This has concerned me because I assumed there were probably a lot of theories of change… Read More »

Posted in: Blog, Logic Models

Jul

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Elegantly Simple Evaluation: The Engage for Health Pre/Post Assessment

Posted by on July 14th, 2017 0 comments

I wrote a post in May 2016 about a participatory evaluation conducted with a group of public librarians from the Engage for Health program, a statewide collaboration led by the NNLM Middle Atlantic Region (MAR) and the Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA).  This was a community education program, offered by 17 libraries throughout Pennsylvania, which taught community… Read More »

Posted in: Simply Elegant Evaluation

Jul

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What in Tarnation is Evaluability Assessment and Why Should We Care?

Posted by on July 7th, 2017 0 comments

Recently on Twitter I found a publication on evaluability assessment of impact evaluation. The tweet stated that an evaluability assessment would save time and money in the long run. That’s good right? Evaluability was a new concept for me, so I read the small publication: Evaluability Assessment for Impact Evaluation: Guidance, Checklists and Decision Support,… Read More »

Posted in: Blog, Bloggers' Bookshelf, Practical Evaluation

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